We’ve collected the best Jane Green Quotes. Use them as an inspiration.
The wonderful thing about being a writer is that everything that happens is grist to the mill.
For me, decorating perfection means eclectic styles and collections of beautiful things like pottery, pillboxes and match strikers.
I show the people I love that I love them by gathering them in my kitchen and feeding them, so no surprise that most of my characters do the same thing.
As someone who is displaced – I left London almost fifteen years ago to make Connecticut my home – I am drawn to stories about people who don’t belong, whether physically or emotionally, and who find their families of choice in their friends.
I was twenty-seven when I came up with the idea for my first novel.
I believe it is the flaws that make us interesting, our backgrounds, the hardships.
I have a deep and passionate love of America. It is where I have always thought I would be happiest, and although I miss England desperately, I find that my heart definitely has its home over here.
Taking a risk is always frightening, but I gave myself a set period of time and had enough money to see me through. I operated from the belief that things would be okay, that if I wasn’t successful I would find myself a job, but either way, I would be fine.
I have learned that it is imperative that I make time for my friends, that they demand to be as much a part of the mix as my family and my work, and perhaps more so, because they are not an inevitability.
I have been incredibly lucky with my novels but I had absolutely no idea if anyone would be interested in a cookbook. So I started to think about self-publishing.